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UK border security: issues, systems and recent reforms

Gregory, Frank and Monnet, Jean (2009) UK border security: issues, systems and recent reforms Institute for Public Policy Research

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Abstract

Issues of border security feature frequently in contemporary British politics as major public policy problems. Among the areas of concern are terrorism, drug trafficking, human trafficking and people smuggling, the need to exercise controls for human, plant and animal health protection and the illicit trade in weapons.

This paper evaluates the National Security Strategy approach and aspirations regarding border security. In particular, this paper reviews current UK border strategy, examines trends in global movements with special regard to the UK’s position and then considers three priority areas of UK border strategy:

people movement controls
drug trafficking controls
anti-terrorism controls.
The paper also considers after-entry controls or responses, recognising that there will continue to be illicit entries of people and controlled goods and the need to manage the asylum request process in order to effect the removal of those persons whose claims are not accepted or given leave to remain on other ground

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Published date: 20 March 2009
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Local EPrints ID: 80253
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/80253
PURE UUID: 8ef0f26e-7475-4525-b2a3-5e57273547ca

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Date deposited: 24 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:14

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